Adobe Premiere Elements 11 Part D

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This is the 4th installment in my blog post series on Adobe Premiere Elements 11 which is based on what I learn doing the video training course on this software by Infinite Skills. If you set up an effect with various settings you can store it as a preset so you can re use it. Simply right click the effect and from the menu select save as a preset. It’s stored in the my presets folder and to delete simply select it and press delete. To stretch a piece of video known as time stretch simply right click the footage on the timeline and select time stretch. Select your length and click save. There are various pips or picture in picture effects in effects under presets. If you do this make sure you render it afterwards. To adjust the settings in pips open the motion module. You must insert keyframes…

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